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Semi-Annual Cleanu p Sal For practically four weeks, interest has kept up in t seemed remarkable. Every day has seen the store c everybody promptly. We have endeavored to give y ness with which you have responded we know our eff A RUMMAGE S'ALE OF CORSET COVERS 39° Remnants! Re Some 65c and 75c styles, pret tily trimmed with laces and em- Every short piece, every soiled piece, eve broideries, in many styles. Broken Lots, Odd Sizes and Shades SILK PETTICOATS $3.75 Remnants of VAL. AND From Readyto-Wear Setion Som tyles that sold for WIDE AND bQ-u- c $6.50; plain taffeta, in black, navy, WOOLEN DRESS GOODS champagne or green shades. ALL KINI)S OF SILKSTRIM SATEEN AND SPUNGLASS LININGS PLAIN S8VELVETS AND VELVETEENS GALLOON $9.98 for Beautiful Suits and Dresses i p'"EtI f O es, VELVETS AND VELVETEENS. Accordion pleated flounces, also tailored flounces. They sold LAWNS AND WASH GOODS Suits that have sold in regular stock as high as $50.00. Long and short coats. for $8.50. Quite a picking of good POPLINS AND WAISTINGS Quite a few colorings and sizes to choose from now. shades. e GINGHAMS AND PERCALES Literally, the LINGERIE DRESSES CLOTH COATS CHEVIOTS AND CAMBRICS Left over from last summer; will come For misses and women. Some right DRESS SKIRTS $-.75 enormous mont in right for these heautifully trimmed smart styles in the lot. They sold up to Some as high as $10.50. White WHITE GOODS AND- MADRAS joyed, short end garments. $15.00. Now serges, slightly soiled; also several LINEN AND COTTON DAMASKS them, so we a $9.98 for dresses that sold to $20.00; $4.98-The shades are red, blue, odd styles and sizes. CRASHES AND TOWELINGS counters, marke beautiful, slicer garments. green, tan and (open- and let you pic $6.98 for dresses that sold up to hagen. MUSLINS AND CAMBRICS $16.50; daintily trimmed. Some of them have fur-trimmed col- CAPES $4.98 HANDKERCHIEF AND WAISTING LINENS CARPETS $5.00 for regular $10.00 and $12.50 lars and cuffs. The sizes are mostly Capes that sold for $10.00 and dresses; 10 in the lot, all told. complete in the whole lot. $12.50. There are 7 of them. Old PLAIN AND. FANCY GALATEAS MATTING. rose, new rose and shepherd CALICOES AND DRESS GINGHAMS CU 50 Less for Any Black Goat in Stock checks. OUTING FLANNELS AND FLEE SERPENTINE KIMONO CREPES SILKOM lHitherto we have kept back our black coats. Now we throw them in at the CORSETS $1.50 SERPENTINE KIMON FLANNEL last scramble. You can pick out any coat in the assortment and pay half of WOOL AND COTTON FLANNELS TABL what it is marked. Sizes 38 to 45 only. $2.00 and $3.00 styles of the Warner Rust Proof corsets; sev- , FURS FOR 48 WRAPPERS 25p eral numbers that we are drop- n Fact Anythin and Everything in a Dry Go Fur pieces that sold as high as $2.50. They are Sacques and wrappers that are soiled and scarfs and children's sets and come in black, brown mussed; small sizes only; both long and short. or white. iFURS FOR 98 HOUSE DRESSES $1.69 Children's Dresses Rummaging on a Values in the lot to $5.00. Coney, marmot and Values up to $6.00. Made of real French ging- - imitation ermine; black, brown or white; throws hams, prettily trimmed with embroidery ani In the Rummage Pile of Shoes and scarfs. braids. 2.98 O for white lace coats that will come in useful for summer wear. There are only two of them You Can Pick Out Some 29 -sizes 38 and 42. They were $15.00 and $18.75. Great Bargains Odds and;Ends to be Rummaged in Men'sDouglas the Millinery Department es; some styles 5c 25 $295 5o5c SOc for children's dresses that sold as high Shoes for $1.15 Sh for some children's for some chilren' as $2.50. They are for children 10, 12 Misses' and children's shoes, in kidoes tams and caps that T, . hats, in felt and beaver and 14 only; good colorings., and calf leathers. They are $2 shoes, sold as high as c. $3.50. 1 00 for infants' and children's white but the lines represented we are dis lawn dresses up to $2.50; ages from continuing. $100 hatfor some beautifulh styles in millinery, 1L. hafor somepa millinery that you wouldfo 6 months to 6 years. They are slightly soiled. 5 Odds and ends; fo0 s that, ugf thei season is over, havse paid us 10.00 to $20.00 for il Men's Shoes for $1.45 prising most everyt you can get lots of good, useful service out of; the season, and they would have been good value 35c for infants' and little children's knitted Heavy working shoes for men, in footwear. There a lots of shapes and colorings, atthat. We've thrown in practically all of our sacques and leggings. They are worth tan and black. They sold for $3.00 to lots of good shoes better hats now to this priced lot. 75c and $1.00. Quite a few of them. $4.50. There are several different sold regularly up t 49 Sfor a choice of pretty styles in styles of them in most every size. COME AN themsold for 75c and$1. There are Boy8' Shoes for $1.75 Wn numerous styles of them. Bomen Strong, durable high.cuts" that sold Values in'the&. SOME ODD CORSETS regularly for $s3.50. Sues 12 to 5 V2. patent leather, d 50c For some Si.00 a, .it!, , tyl" or ,,omen.. They come in tan or black leathers sizes, 2 to 5 every S$1.00 °' ROmolJ 1 oe .o,,S o ,fr ncii o* , , ,. and have heavy soles, ish one. ··1; , :II .. . . . :rfi /% , i, ., ','